Google rips Justice Department in court papers
By Michael Liedtke, The Associated Press
SAN FRANCISCO — Google criticized the Bush administration's demand to examine millions of its users' Internet search requests as a misguided fishing expedition that threatens to ruin the company's credibility and reveal its closely guarded secrets.
The Mountain View, Calif.-based company delivered its indignant critique Friday in a 25-page brief that marked its initial legal response to the U.S. Justice Department's attempt to force the online search engine leader to comply with a 6-month-old subpoena.
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Update: The Official Google Response to the DoJ motion
It includes a link to the 25 page pdf response from Google.